Humber College screened Avi Lewis’ documentary This Changes Everything at Lakeshore campus as part of the school’s Earth Week initiative.
Daniel Caudle Humber students and staff made their environment a little cleaner as Earth Week kicked off on Tuesday with a campus-wide cleanup. The college’s Office of Sustainability launched this initiative, among others, with the hopes of creating a culture of environmental awareness around Humber’s campuses and surrounding communities. Humber’s Earth Week has become an…
Gabrielle Austin and Jessenia Feijo The world of social media celebrated International Transgender Day of Visibility on Thursday using #TDOV to bring the community and its agents together. It’s a day that shows visibility on social media and how may people are demonstrating their support, said Susan Gapka, a community and political organizer as well…
Earth has a limited amount of natural resources but people continue using non-renewable energy like there is no tomorrow, and at this rate experts believe there very well might not be.
As the Humber College student body prepares to vote next week in the Humber Students’ Federation election, Et Cetera weights the platforms of the two remaining presidential candidates, Ahmed Tahir and Joel Caldarola.
After a grueling question and answer segment at the Humber Students’ Federation’s annual All Candidates Meeting, presidential candidate Mikki Decker was disqualified from the race.
The tuition grant will be available to students that come from families that have a household income of less than $50,000. Other financial grant options are proposed for students from homes with incomes between $50,000 and $83,000.
The costs associated with out-of-pocket medical care can be enormous for those who lack a health insurance plan.